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Basil Stratford Johnson

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Basil Stratford Johnson (1875-1959) of Rolls-Royce

Brother of Claude Goodman Johnson

1881 Living at 57 Windsor Road, Ealing: William Goodman Johnson (age 51 born Bishop's Stortford), Assistant South Kensington Museum. With his wife Sophia Fanny Johnson (age 46 born Windsor) and their seven children; Cyril Leslie Johnson (age 27 born Windsor), late undergraduate Oxon; Douglas Stanley Johnson (age 20 born Windsor), Undergraduate Camb; Claude Goodman Johnson (age 16 born Datchet), Scholar St. Paul's School; Mildred Eugall Johnson (age 14 born Datchet); Evelyn Johnson (age 11 born Datchet); Norman Hart Adam Johnson (age 9 born Datchet); and Basil Stratford Johnson (age 5 born Ealing). One visitor. Two servants.[1]

1901 Married Cecil Mary Hemming

1926 Took over as MD on his brother's death

1929 Retired

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census

The Magic of a Name by Peter Pugh. Published 2002. ISBN 1 84046 151 9